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With machines to build "fix it" OR small machine shop business, who would broker THAT for me?

I have been a toolmaker, retired and bought a small shop of the basic machines and a lot of fixtures, tools, cutters, measuring instruments, and some various materials, stock and nuts and bolts. 3 work Benches, Several welders, and welding materials. A great assortment for a fix it shop and even manufacturing or tool making. A Bridgeport type mill, Small lathe with all types of attachments, multi speed drill press, shaper. Arch, gas, and? welders. Hand grinders and many other tools and rollaway.

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The BAF Group LLC
MD

Bill, some businesses are best served by local Brokers, and yours would seem to be a candidate for such a selection. I would check with Attorneys and CPAs you may know in the area, to determine who they might recommend. I would NOT let such an Attorney or CPA sell my buisness for me, if they ask. And some do. But letting them sell your business is like having one of them do surgery on your eyes. They might be fine people in their own fields, but they do not necessarily have the time or skills to sell your business to is most profitable end.

Feb 25, 2013
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Sunbelt of OC / LA

pls call our office for a free business evaluation sharona ahdoot 949-294-2213 dre01895820

Feb 21, 2013

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